ReLeash started as a home school project in environmental resources and recycling for 11-year-old Taj. It has evolved into a giant lesson in innovation, entrepreneurship and business. By using expired climbing rope for every leash, 0.192 kg of rope is prevented from entering the landfill. To date, more than 30 kg of rope has been upcycled.
They are made with recycled climbing rope (keeping it out of the landfill!), these 188 cm (74 inch) long leashes are durable and made to last. They withstand the tugging from the largest of breeds and the sharpest of puppy teeth. Colours are always changing as climbing gyms, climbers and friends donate the ropes. If you want a specific colour, let us know.
Since day one, giving back is our mandate. Ten per cent of all profits go to charities like the International Fund for Animal Welfare.
Owned In: Ontario
Last Updated January 20, 2022
Made In Clarksburg, ON: